• Jacqueline Gum

    Wow… can’t wait to try this one. Beautiful

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I could see my grandmother making this. She owns a few fig trees and is always trying to come up with something to make with them. This would be great!

  • Fabulous Susan! Can’t wait for the figs to be in season, which has to be soon.

  • These look so pretty. I’ve not made much with figs, but this looks tasty.

  • Rosemary Griffith

    Looks delicious! I continue to be envious of the fresh fruit you get in CA versus here. We do okay with the staples, but figs? I’ve yet to see one that looks this good. yum.
    And, non pork eating me? I love prosciutto–good prosciutto!

  • Debra Yearwood

    I’m with Jacqueline, beautiful! I want to try this one just because of the way it looks. 🙂

  • Your goat-stuffed figs are interesting to look at and the ingredient list one what sounds like such a winning combo.

  • Susan, you always stretch the limit, and I love that! I don’t think I’ve ever eaten fresh figs as you show them. I’ve eaten preserved figs, confit figs, candied figs, dried figs, but I don’t think I’ve ever had fresh figs presented to me. This looks like an amazing recipe that I would like to try. How I wish we lived closer together so that we could share all the delectable treats (and wine!) that we both so love.

  • Susan, I’m a big fan of figs and prosciutto.I never tried Tarragon with it though. I think I will be making this for an appetizer or snack soon. Thanks for sharing.

  • Claire Cappetta

    They look absolutely delicious and so easy!